In January 1984, Steve Jobs became a legend. With the help of a little friend, he brought down the house with his demo of the first Mac.
Apple beat all other companies to the punch with the first tablet that people actually wanted to buy and use.
The Land Rover Series II A had a production run from 1958 to 1961, and this example could very well be the most beautiful you'll find. This framed print captures the well-aged vehicle from the front with a black background that showcases its dents and scrapes with pride. The photo was taken by Matt Hranek in 2018, and also appears in A Man & His Car and is the subject of a jigsaw puzzle. Printed to order on Fuji crystal archive paper, numbered and certified, and comes encased inside a hand-made solid wood white or black frame that's ready to hang. Limited edition of 495.
Medium / 16" x 20"
Large / 20" x 24"
Before launching his own label, Tom Ford spent a decade transforming two of fashion's biggest houses as the Creative Director of Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent. His time there not only salvaged the classic brands but also revolutionized the fashion of the 21st century with his provocative style. As a testament to this iconic period, Tom Ford chronicles the designs and work from his beginning at Gucci in 1994 until he left in 2004. The book includes input from the legendary designer himself as well as 200 photographs from Terry Richardson, Richard Avedon, Mario Testino, and more.
416 pages / 11" x 14"
Tell us how you really feel, Steve.
While you were dealing with your Walkman constantly skipping that Linkin Park CD, Steve Jobs was busy creating yet another breakthrough gadget.
The instant torque provided by electric motors is exhilarating in a car, and even more so on two wheels. Propelled by a high-performance brushless motor producing up to 46 hp and 78 ft. lbs of peak torque, the Droog Moto E-Fighter is an all-electric screamer. Power is supplied by either a base modular 3.6-kilowatt-hour battery that can be swapped on the fly or a more permanent, optional 7.2 pack. Zero's 550 Amp high-efficiency controller handles distribution and enables regenerative braking, while also powering the LED head and tail lights, LED turn signals, and blue backlit digital speedometer. Each one is built to suit the buyer's needs and specs, which means the suspension setup is suited to matching their riding style, the seat height to their body dimensions, and even the tires, wheels — there's both a solid wheel and tubeless custom spoke options — and fork color can be customized. As such, the final price will be determined by the upgrades and changes the customer selects; all modifications and upgrades are available post-purchase as each bike is built in collaboration with Droog.
Not as awkward as people had thought it would be, and just enough respect between the two to make this rare joint appearance one to remember.